to take in their passage to others that are more valuable and important. I day, the Peripatetick Studies thus temper'd. will nor, I suppose, be disallowed by the men of the Practical Method; and so the University- Establishments can receive no prejudice from the Spirit that dislikes a perpetual acquiescencein the Philosophy of the prefect Schools.
with the Disputer, about the Pro
phets and the Scriptures. The Ima
gination was ordinarily the imme
diate Subject of Prophetick In
I HAVE now done with the Philosphical Consideration I intended here, and am so fond as to believe, that I have said enough about the main business of our Conference; from which the Disputer at last shew'd inclination to draw off, and